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Marchers from Bainbridge and the Kitsap Peninsula, many of them wearing pink hats and carrying signs, walked through Winslow toward the ferry terminal Jan. 20… Continue reading
Bainbridge, peninsula well represented at Women’s March
Victim shot while in bed, but injuries are non-life-threatening.
Not one to sit in the office, Burchett makes a point to be among the people he’s leading
Agencies will negotiate use of passenger dock and facility
The Democrat, a native of Bremerton, grew up in Port Orchard and graduated from South Kitsap High.
Kitsap County will be counting the number of unsheltered homeless Jan. 23-26.
White supremacist fliers reported in Bremerton, Gig Harbor
To support, and increase awareness
City received $300,000 grant from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
SILVERDALE — Through Jan. 24, the contractor on the Silverdale Way Road Improvement Project will focus on completing the joint utility trench and stormwater crossings… Continue reading
‘We don’t want to miss out, so we are going to have our own’
But affordable housing across the state still threatened
Mom: ‘I am so thankful for all of you’
Would require reporting of large political contributions by nonprofit organizations
But some pain sufferers are worried about losing access to medication they need
Would ban conversion therapy, require healthcare worker training
POULSBO – A Poulsbo Fire Department engine enroute to a fire punctured one of its tires early Jan. 18 after driving over a spiked trap… Continue reading
Senate’s Law and Justice Committee is the next step for the bill
Naomi Evans cites her ‘collaborative work in improving student outcomes’